This year, after considering many sites across America, Revelation narrowed the shortlist to Nashville and Orlando and after putting it a customer vote, Nashville won outright. So, the team and a good number of Revelations developers and users have headed over to the Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville for a few days of education, fun and culture.
Nashville has much to offer the delegates during the conference down time. The cities clean streets and comfortable weather at this time of year are ideal for sightseeing and there is plenty of that for everyone. The clear attractions are the beautiful museums and live music at every turn, including a stage at the airport! If the music is not for you, then Nashville has its own zoo, galleries and shopping is abundant and diverse.
However, for me, the main attraction to RevCon is the talent that makes up this premier Revelation event. Yet again, Nancy and the team have put together a stunning schedule that will see many of Revelations best talent presenting on a myriad of OpenInsight related topics. As always, this is sure to be yet another conference where learning and networking will be high on people’s highlight list.
So, this evening sees the Welcome Reception where Revelation staff will be welcoming the conference attendees, giving out the conference packs and sharing in some sophisticated discussion, and maybe more than a little gossip and small talk. The reception will run from 7.00pm to 9pm Nashville time.
Tomorrow, breakfast will be served from 8.00am with Mike giving the welcome address at 09.00am.
For conference attendees and those of you who are interested, I hope to provide a running commentary of the sessions as they come up. I’ll be posting post postings so that those of you who subscribe will receive your usual notification through your usual chosen method.
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